Disclaimer: I don’t know Paul. He attended the same church my grandma did back in 1994 but that’s all I know.
In 2007, my grandma fell and broke her leg. Since she had to go live in a nursing home, we had to clear out her house. That was a somber and tedious task. I ended inheriting some of her cookbooks. One was from the church she was a member of. I ended up putting the cookbooks in her the bench I also inherited from her. When I finally did pull the cookbook out, I was pleasantly surprised. On some of the pages were notes about the contributors of the cookbook. It was so nice to see her handwriting once again.
This summer I once again pursued the book and found this recipe for pancakes. I made them for Imaginative One’s 12th birthday. (When did he get so old??) They loved the pancakes.
When I made the recipe again, Wee One ate 8 of the pancakes. I think he approved of the recipe. He also told me how good they were. Onto the delicious recipe:
World Famous Pancakes
Stars of the recipe:
- 2 c. all purpose flour
- 2 Tbsp. baking powder
- 1/4 c. sugar
- 2 lrg. eggs
- 2 Tbsp. oil
- 2 c. whole milk
- Heat up the griddle to 400 degrees or medium high heat.
- Grease the griddle with vegetable oil or butter.
- Sift flour, baking powder, and sugar together in a large bowl.
- In another bowl, beat the eggs, oil, and milk until well blended.
- Add liquids to the dry ingredients. Mix until creamy with little lumps.
- Ladle the batter onto the griddle using a ladle or 1/4 c. measuring cup.
- Cook until bubbles form and edges look dry.
- Flip and cook for a minute more.
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